A thriving community with excellent job opportunities.

Welcome to Plano

An upbeat and peaceful city built around seventy outdoor spaces
Head northeast on US-75 to reach Plano, Texas, a peaceful community 20 miles from Dallas. With more than 288,000 residents, Plano is big enough to host dozens of yearly festivals and events but small enough for residents to not get lost in the shuffle. Plano is considered a thriving community with excellent job opportunities.

What to Love

  • More than 70 parks and outdoor spaces to explore
  • 30 minutes from Dallas and Fort Worth
  • Warm, dry weather with an average of 229 sunny days each year

Local Lifestyle

Plano is a mix of residential and commercial properties with a unique historic district. It offers new residents beautiful year-round weather and an upbeat vibe. Described as a happy city, Plano has numerous coffee shops, restaurants, and shops to peruse, making it a fun city for individuals and families alike.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

For high-end dining in Plano, you can’t go wrong with Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. Located on Dallas Parkway, Fleming’s has a stunning modern dining room and a collection of steak and seafood. For a wide array of shrimp, fish, and oysters in Plano, visit the Fish Shack on 15th Street, open from 10:30 am to 9:30 pm with extended hours on Fridays and Saturdays. Residents also love grabbing Spanish tapas and cocktails at Bulla Gastrobar on Legacy Drive.

Some of the best entertainment in Plano comes from the city’s annual festivals. In October, select weekends host the Plano-Dallas Music and Arts Festival. It’s also the month to take part in the Plano Food & Wine Festival, featuring items from over 15 restaurants and select local wineries. In June, residents can check out the Holistic Festival of Life & Wellness.

As for shopping in Plano, the weekly Plano Farmers Market is the place to go for local produce and homemade gifts, open on Sundays from 9 am-6 pm. The Shops at Legacy offer upscale retail, dining, and personal care services, while Legacy West is a one-stop shop with popular brands like Nike, J. Crew, and Sephora, and more than 20 restaurants to choose from.

Things to Do

Plano’s Summer Art & Drama Camps are perfect for kids who need a place to express their creativity. You can sign them up for a one-week art and drama camp, or they can audition for summer productions. Plano also hosts the Genesis Children’s Theatre Summer Programs, the Gotta Dance Summer Camps, and The Artist Within Camps.
To hit the green, Plano golfers visit the Ridgeview Ranch Golf Course or the Pecan Hollow Course. Memberships are available at the Gleneagles Country Club and the Clubs of Prestonwood.
The Texas Pool is a large public swimming pool shaped like the state of Texas and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s the perfect spot to take a break from the summer heat. Pet parents will love the NorthBark off-leash dog park in Plano. Residents looking for indoor fun visit Jurassic World: the Exhibition.


Plano, Texas is served by the Plano Independent School District.


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